Correspondence regarding the Planning and Founding of Connecticut College for Women , 1910-1918 (with gaps)
Scope and Contents
This series of correspondence details the formation of Connecticut College for Women. This includes responses to fundraising letters, discussions of trustee and staff positions, a sketch of a possible campus site, as well as letters of interest in the college from parents. There are also a large amount of letters from James Lee Love, which discuss his recommendation for a first President of the college and the final appointment of Dr. Sykes to the position.
- 1910-1918 (with gaps)
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
This collection is open to researchers
From the Collection: 0.625 Linear Feet (1 Hollinger Box, 1 Half Hollinger Box)